SCIENCE & MUSIC DOUBLE DEC PROGRAM - 200.51
SEMESTER 1 (7 courses) SEMESTER 2 (7 courses)

MUSIC COURSES

Ear Training 1 (551-105-VA)

Theory & Applications 1 (551-106-VA OR 551-107-VA)

History of Music 1 (551-111-VA)

(for information about the private instrument lesson please see footnote 1 below)

MUSIC COURSES

Ear Training 2 (551-205-VA)

Theory & Applications 2 (551-206-VA OR 551-207-VA)

Instrument and Applications 1 (551-121-VA) *see additional information below (#1)

SCIENCE COURSES

Calculus 1 (201-NYA-05)

General Chemistry 1 (202-NYA-05)

SCIENCE COURSES

Calculus 2 (201-NYB-05)

Mechanics (203-NYA-05)

CORE COURSES

1 English (603-101)

1 Complementary

CORE COURSES

1 French (Block A)

1 Physical Education (109-103 OR 109-104)

SEMESTER 3 (7 courses) SEMESTER 4 (8 courses)

MUSIC COURSES

Ear Training 3 (551-305-VA)

History of Music 2 (551-211-VA)

Instrument & Applications 2 (551-221-VA)

MUSIC COURSES

Ear Training 4 (551-405-VA)

Theory & Applications 3 (551-306 OR 307 OR 308 OR 309 OR 310-VA)

History of Music 3 (551-311-VA)

(for information about the private instrument lesson please see footnote 2 below)

SCIENCE COURSES

General Chemistry 2 (202-NYB-05)

Waves & Modern Physics (203-NYC-05)

SCIENCE COURSES

General Biology 1 (101-NYA-05)

Linear Algebra (201-NYC-05)

CORE COURSES

1 English

1 Humanities (345-102 OR 345-103)

CORE COURSES

1 English

1 French (Block B)

1 Physical Education (109-103 OR 109-104)

SEMESTER 5 (6 courses) SEMESTER 6 (7 courses)

MUSIC COURSES

Theory & Applications (551-406 OR 407 OR 408-VA)

Instrument & Applications 3 (551-321-VA) *see additional information below (#2)

MUSIC COURSES

History of Music 4 (551-411-VA)

Instrument & Applications 4 (551-421 OR 422 OR 423-VA)

SCIENCE COURSES

Electricity & Magnetism (203-NYB-05)

1 Science Option

SCIENCE COURSES

2 Science Options

CORE COURSES

1 Humanities

1 Complementary

CORE COURSES

1 English

1 Humanities

1 Physical Education (109-105)

In addition to the above, students must pass AN ENGLISH EXIT EXAM and a COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM ASSESSMENT (ESP).

Additional Information:

1. Instrument & Applications 1 (551-121-VA) is split over two semesters. The student is not registered in the course until semester 2; however, he or she will receive half the Private lesson time (30-minutes each week) in semester 1. In semester 2 the student will receive the remaining lesson time (30-minutes each week) together with Large Ensemble (the "Application" portion of 121).

2. Instrument & Applications 3 (551-321-VA) is split over two semesters. The student is not registered in the course until semester 5; however, he or she will receive half the Private lesson time (30-minutes each week) in semester 4. In semester 5 the student will receive the remaining lesson time (30-minutes each week) together with the "Application" portion of 321.

Please note that the order of some music courses might be altered slightly during the coming semesters.

NOTE: Students in the Double DEC in Science & Music need to follow the given grid and pass all courses each semester. Some flexibility in substituting "core" courses (non-music and non-science) for each other is possible; speak with an Academic Advisor for more information on possible substitutions. Please note that any such changes could make you ineligible for the Honour Roll.

A student who drops or fails either a Science or a Music course may be required to leave the Double DEC and transfer to either the Science OR the Music program. Scheduling students in the Double DEC is a challenge that is only possible for students who remain in phase. When a student falls out of phase, either intentionally by dropping a course or unintentionally by failing a course, it may be impossible to schedule the student for all the required courses. Since the college can only guarantee the absence of scheduling conflicts for in-phase students, a student who falls behind in a single course may be unable to graduate as a result of unforseen conflicts.